three on thursday - tuning up




this musician 
was tuning up 
outside Findlay Market
earlier 
we passed an opera singer 
also warming up
tho he had some liquid heat to help him
amazing stuff everywhere in 
Cincy!

19 comments:

  1. great series. street musicians
    are a favorite of mine.

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  2. some ONLY tune up, or play riffs.

    Did he get going?

    HARD work - the hardest!


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  3. Planning on visiting the market in the spring!

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  4. Cool. I can almost hear him. Off to Prague today for 5 days...wedding of a friend's daughter.

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  5. His hat and his hair look to both have the same great weave. FUN shot, Daryl.

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  6. I had no idea it was such an interesting city. As young kids on a road trip with our family, we passed through there and visited the zoo. That is my only knowledge of Cincinnati.

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  7. Attempted to learn the violin in 4th grade. Unsuccessful.

    Great shots!! He looks cold.

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  8. I love how you get closer and closer to him
    he's so handsome

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  9. Oh, I so totally agree. NYC - no place like it on earth. Great photos. Cheers my friend!!

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  10. He looks a little tense Daryl, maybe he needs a drop of the 'liquid heat' too! Lovely candid shots.

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  11. sounds like a vibrant city with lots to offer xo

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  12. A one-man band--don't you love that about the city, any city?
    Great photos, as always!

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  13. Did you get to hear him play? Looks like he does so with vigor, judging from the frayed bow. Wonderful shots!

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  14. don't know about Cindy, but I once read that street musicians can make a pretty good darn living (tax free) in NYC.
    but they add so much to the city I am nothing but happy if they can.

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  15. Fine shots. I wouldn't mind some liquid heat. ;)

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  16. Love the street performers in big cities. They add so much to the energy and spirit of a place.

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